THE SACRAMENT OF
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is the primary way that God has arranged for people to be reconciled with him for their sins committed after their Baptism. Sin harms our relationship with God and with others. Because the healing of any relationship begins with a recognition that one has done something wrong, it is important to regularly consider “what I have done or failed to do” - to examine your consciences.
WEEKLY CONFESSION TIMES
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 6pm in St Raphael's church
Saturday 10.00 am at St Gregory's church, Molonglo Street.
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WHEN CAN MY CHILD RECEIVE THEIR FIRST RECONCILIATION?
Children celebrate this sacrament for the first time in Year 3. It is recommended that they receive the sacrament regularly after that.
Your child must be baptised as a Catholic to receive the sacrament.
Parents and children will be required to attend a series of masses and formation sessions in preparation for this sacrament.
Details will be available to parents upon registration. In order to receive the sacrament for the first time, parents and children must attend all masses and formation sessions.
Please call the Sacramental Officer at the parish office for further information. PHONE: 62994611 or email: email@example.com